Flight of the FoxBook - 2018
An innocent math professor runs for his life as teams of hitmen try to prevent publication of their government's dark history. "University mathematics professor, Sam Teagarden, is on the sundeck of his weekend home in upstate New York when he hears what sounds like a hummingbird. It's actually a small drone that tries to kill him. A librarian at the FBI innocently mailed him an old encrypted file that the Bureau had no interest in. Unfortunately, FBI security-softward picked-up the communication, which spared bureaucratic chaos, and the dispatching of a black-ops hit-team. Professor Teagarden survives that first encounter with the drone-operating assasin who kills an 11-year-old neighborhood boy, so that Teagarden is blamed. Thus begins a roller-coaster, run-for-your-life flight down the east coast, through New York, Washington, and ultimately Key West. While a fugitive, Sam kindles a new romance and reunites with his daughter. He also decodes the file, learning that it's a diary kept by the former number-two agent in the FBI, and that it reveals dark crimes secretly carried out by the FBI during the middle of the 20th Century"--Back cover.
Publisher: Lutz, FL : Down & Out Books, 
Branch Call Number: FIC BASNIGHT, GRAY
Characteristics: 381 pages ; 22 cm